Located within the Windfields and York Mills neighbourhoods, Denlow is a peaceful residential area. Residents have a choice of condo townhouses, ranch bungalows, as well as luxury homes. Denlow provides a rural atmosphere while being close to the bustling Leslie Street, where residents of all ages shop, dine, and relax.
You can also broaden your choice of amenities by easily travelling to neighbouring areas, or use public transit to go to other parts of Ontario. Denlow Boulevard connects to Leslie Street, where you have easy access to Highway 401, The Don Valley Parkway, and TTC buses connecting to the York Mills subway line, Longo’s York Mills Plaza, and other establishments that facilitate shopping and dining.
The Denlow Public School is the only educational institution within the neighbourhood and caters to junior kindergarteners and sixth graders. Residents will find many other schools to the north, south and east of the neighbourhood, including the Rippleton Public School, the Metamorphosis Greek Orthodox School, York Mills Collegiate Institute, and Stanford College.
Leslie Street provides the 51 bus for access to professional services, restaurants, and both the 1 and 4 subway lines. Students and faculty can take the 51 and enjoy a brief walk to reach the Denlow Public School.
Activities & Amenities
There are several green spaces in the area, such as Longwood Park, Ames Park and Banbury Park; the latter having a tennis club, a children’s camp, and a community centre, as well as a connection to the larger Windfields Park. The closest shopping centre is York Mills Gardens with a myriad of restaurants and professional services for all your shopping needs.
Edward Plunkett ‘E. P.’ Taylor, the famous racehorse breeder, was responsible for the mass development in the 1930s of Denlow and neighbouring areas Windfields, St. Andrews, Bayview, and York Mills. The area took its name from the Denlow Public School that opened in 1970, the star attraction for families looking to settle down.